What: Free 2-hour clinic focusing first on Don Reno banjo style and then transitioning into on-stage sound systems. This clinic is hands on so bring your instrument. All levels and abilties are welcome.
When: Saturday, February 9th, 2019 from 2:00 – 4:00 PM
Where: The Chicago Store Eastside, 5646 E. Speedway Blvd, Tucson AZ 85712, just east of Craycroft.
What: First hour to cover Don Reno banjo style including chord melody and single string technique, revealing opportunities to add variety to your banjo playing. Second hour will continue with Reno or other banjo styles, but then transition into discussion about on-stage sound production technique.
Our instructors will be Alvin Blaine and Andy McCune.
Alvin Blaine grew up in California and ended up in Las Vegas, playing with show bands for 25 years. He can play any kind of music, and almost any instrument, including banjo, pedal steel, slide, and dobro. He is a sound technician for Old Blue Sound, regarded as the best sound company in the Southwest. He provides sound systems for festivals and concerts in 10 states. Alvin also performs locally, recently with Nick McBlaine & Log Train, Tucsonics, and more.
Andy McCune plays various banjo styles and teaches banjo, and guitar, mandolin, and dobro. He performs with local bands Rusty Chops, Titan Valley Warheads.
For more information or to reserve seating: Don Domkowski @ 520-235-1518 firstname.lastname@example.org